The island of Formentera has unbeatable characteristics for diving. Ibiza and Formentera (the Pitiusa Islands) have surprisingly transparent and colourful waters. Their coasts form one of the few well-preserved corners of the Mediterranean. There is a good reason why the Freus Marine Reserve of Ibiza and Formentera is located here. It is the only natural [...]
Category: Formentera travel guide
Many visitors consider La Mola lighthouse a magical place, and it is described as such by the famous writer Jules Verne in some of his works. La Mola lighthouse, standing on the highest part of the island, has served and still serves as an essential guide for countless sailors sailing its waters and enjoying the [...]
Church of Sant Francesc Xavier The appearance of this church is sober and the thickness of its walls is a reminder of its function as a fortress against invaders. The church was finished in 1738 and it stands in the capital of the island opposite the town hall.
If there is one ideal place for nautical tourism, that place is Formentera. Several factors make the island a navigational centre. First of all, the variety of its 69 kilometres of coastline, enabling one to discover and enjoy very different kinds of scenery in a short space of time. The island’s nautical facilities are in [...]